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The 2014 US Senate Election in Louisiana
Democratic Senator Mary Landrieu of Louisiana is one of the top targets for Republicans in the 2014 elections as they aim to win back control of the US Senate.
Democratic Senate Seats Up For Re-Election in 2014
There are 21 US Senate seats up for re-election in 2014 that are currently held by Democrats, with more than half of those being vulnerable. These seats were ...
Republican US Senate Seats up for Re-Election in 2014
In the 2008 general election (with Obama on the ballot), Chambliss topped his Democratic opponent by just 3 points. Neither candidate hit 50%, and in Georgia ...
The Election of 1824 - the Corrupt Bargain - 19th Century History
The election of 1824 involved three major figures in American history, and was decided in the House of Representatives. One man won, one helped him win, ...
Election of 1828 | Dirtiest Presidential Campaign Ever
The election of 1828 was perhaps the dirtiest in American history, as the Jackson and Adams campaigns threw scurrilous charges at each other.
The Controversial Election of Thomas Jefferson in 1800
The election of 1800 was significant and controversial, and was ultimately decided in the House of Representatives when Thomas Jefferson defeated Aaron ...
The Disputed Election of Rutherford B. Hayes in 1876
The presidential election of 1876 was widely believed to have been stolen when a special deal was struck to declare Rutherford B. Hayes the winner.
The Election of 1884 - Cleveland and Blaine - 19th Century History
The election of 1884 was notable for mudslinging, scandals, and a last-minute gaffe that allowed Grover Cleveland to defeat the favorite, James G. Blaine.
State Election Boards and Information
For the latest information on state and federal elections, including presidential primaries and caucuses, you need to visit the agency in your state responsible for ...
U.S. Election of 1800 – Thomas Jefferson vs. John Adams
A look at the key issues and basic facts about this significant election in American history.